Pumpkin ID

ocwormgirlDecember 18, 2012

Every year I round up unwanted pumpkins to feed my worms over the winter. This year was a great "harvest" and I got several interesting pumpkins including this one:

Any ideas?

I also picked up what I thought was a Long Island Cheese squash (it is in the oven now, the worms will get the left overs :-)). I was surprised when cleaning it to find the seeds are shockingly white. Not tan or cream but bright white. Is this normal for a L.I.C.?

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The pumpkin in the foreground is "One Too Many"

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